Sept 2012 // Polaroid Colorpack IV, Land Camera // Fuji Film FP-100c
Here's the photo I meant to post for yesterday's photo of the day: Feb 2011 // Digital
This of course is the awesome K.R., who's lovely mug has graced the pages of this blog many times before. This particular photo was from a shoot we did last year, it didn't make the final cut, but it's still a winner in my book :)
3/10/12 // Digital
Had a super fun afternoon with some designer/creative pals biking part of the Bay Trail in San Mateo. It was great doing a slow and mellow ride on flats for once, especially someplace different. While there was six of us on bikes, little Asture there in the middle seemed to be having a blast running along side of us, whatta trooper! More pix to come, promise!
2/03/12 // Instagram
Here's another talented friend, AM, photographer and designer/muralist. Tonight she had a photo in the SF Toy Camera Group's show, Dreams. I'm so lucky to have so many creative people in my life! 2/02/12 // Digital
Today I had lunch with my good friend Mary, a talented illustrator and artist. She showed up with her bicycle and patiently let me take a bunch of photos of her. I adore the color of her jacket! I can't rock the hot pink, but Mary can! As you can see I couldn't decide on just one photo for today: 02/01/12 // Digital
02/2011 Brooklyn // Digital
Delicious brunch lies behind those cinderblocks.
Having fun on my bike... 1/26/12 // Digital
1/24/12 // Digital
Today's Photo of the Day is a twofer! 1/23/12 // Digital
Shawn is one oft the most stylish guys I know and needless to say I love taking photos of him. I mean seriously, check out those boots and his tie!
1/23/12 // Digital
1/14/12 // Digital
1/13/12 // Digital
Here's an oldie but goodie from 2010 when I use to work with my favorite wrapper Shasta. One of the many perks of working for a design firm is the awesome samples and swag paper companies send. Neenah Paper, for example, sent their lovely paper samples as a clock making kit. Pretty cool right? 35mm film Shasta and I ended up using the same wood grain clock face, but she added a twist by combining the cuckoo clock pattern with the wood grain.
35mm film Here's Shasta cutting and pasting away.
iPhone And here's my mine.